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Restaurant Spotlight: Ted’s Bulletin

November 25, 2014 6:35 PM0 comments

The Mosaic District might seem like an odd location for a diner. With all its posh shops, swanky movie theater and artisan eateries, a greasy spoon doesn’t exactly fit in with the whole motif. But Ted’s Bulletin, the 1930s-themed mini-chain now open in the Merrifield development, is, at its core, […]

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Congress Moran’s News Commentary: Giving Back & Helping Those in Need

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Across the country, families and friends will join each other this Thursday to offer thanks for all we are blessed with. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to represent one of the smartest, most diverse constituencies in Congress the past 24 years. One thing that has constantly set […]

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XL Pipeline

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President Obama had a breakthrough on climate change, striking a surprise bilateral deal with China. The agreement would lead to China capping its carbon emissions by 2030. America’s target is to slice its emissions by 26 percent to 28 percent of 2005 levels by 2025. This is good news for […]

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Sean Follin Speaks to F.C. Chamber of Commerce About Millenials in the Workplace

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Sean Follin of New Rise Strategy Group spoke to the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce last Tuesday about attracting, hiring and motivating Millenials at the Chamber’s monthly luncheon.

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FCNP’s Fellows & Wife Welcome Eve Madeline to the World

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Falls Church News-Press Managing Editor Jody Fellows and wife Megan welcomed daughter Eve Madeline into the world on Sunday, Nov. 16. Eve, weighing in at 7 lbs. 9 oz., joins the Fellows family in Oakton and is the brand new little sister to one-year-old Juliette.

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: ZooLights

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Falls Church may be considering lighting up its trees for the first time this season but the National Zoo has been doing it for years. This Friday, the zoo kicks off its annual holiday event, ZooLights, featuring more than half-a-million lights twinkling around the park on trees and in the […]

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Retired Military Generals Visit F.C. Children’s Center

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Four retired military generals and admirals from Fairfax County visited the Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center on Monday, Nov. 24, to read to the children and learn more about the center, which is one of the highest rated early childhood centers in the region (see photo below.) The retired military leaders […]

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Crime Report: Another Stolen Car, Assault at Henderson School & Counterfeit Money at Domino’s Pizza

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In this week’s crime report, someone tried to buy pizza in Falls Church with a counterfeit money as police report an unknown subject used a counterfeit bill at Domino’s Pizza on West Broad last Tuesday, November 18. Automobile-related crimes continued this week with lawn equipment stolen from a car on E. Columbia, […]

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Our Man in Arlington

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So, predictions of the death of the streetcar were not premature after all. The thunderbolt hurled by County Board Chairman Jay Fisette Nov. 18 announced that he and Mary Hynes would honor recent election interpretations and cancel the decade-old plan to make tracks for refurbishing Columbia Pike. Just too darn […]

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Saslaw Vows Legislation Criminalizing University Failure to Report Felonies

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Saying “I have never been angrier” reading accounts of systemic sexual assaults and official cover ups at the University of Virginia, Virginia State Sen. Richard Saslaw said at a public meeting Monday night that he is currently drafting a bill that will make it a felony for a university police officer or other official to fail to report evidence of a felony on campus to local police authorities.

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